Does your dog fidget or bite you while grooming? If you've just brought a new puppy into your home, they need to become acclimatised to a daily grooming routine. Without proper introduction, this could cause stress and lifelong struggles for you and your dog. Follow these tips to help your dog stay calm and sit still when you next break out the brush or the clippers.#doggrooming #dogcare #doglovers #dogmom #dogs #dogtips #dogownertips via @gonedogmad1
Everything You Need To Know About Bringing Your Doodle To The Groomer Follow along with Polly on Instagram at @thelifeof.polly for daily cuteness and more tips and tricks! (Update: have recently started posting a video series on how to groom your dog at home in between grooming appointments! Visit Instagram to check it out) “What do you tell your groomer to get Polly’s haircut to look like that?!” Out of all the DMs and questions I get about Polly, this is hands down one of the most common…
Here we will be discussing different types of scissors and clippers, including thinning shears. I hope you learn a lot about how to choose and use the correct tools for your dog and what is worth your money.
Doodles are well-known for having beautiful, long locks of hair. But if your Dood has started running into you (or the walls), take a good look at their face. Could it be that their long, luscious locks are blocking their vision? If your Dood’s face looks anything like the ‘before’ pic below, now would be [...]Read More... from DIY Dog Grooming: How to Trim Around the Eyes (Video)
If you want to know how to groom an uncooperative dog, you've come to the right place. The basic gist of how to groom an uncooperative dog involves desensitization and lots of treats. It takes patience and time, but it's doable and will make both your lives so much better.
If you have a dog with long fur or one with hair prone to matting, then you will need to establish a grooming routine to keep their coat healthy. Here is my four-step process to a happier grooming experience with your dog.